Tracking Awareness Week – July 6-10, 2020

Tracking Awareness Week - Powered By Tracking | July 6-10, 2020 (seven girls and boys running together and laughing)

CDC’s National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program is hosting the fifth annual Tracking Awareness Week from July 6-10, 2020. CDC, state and local health departments, partners, researchers, and people interested in environmental health are coming together to highlight important nationwide environmental health issues as well as recognize the work of the Tracking Program.

The theme of this year’s Tracking Awareness Week is Powered by Tracking. This theme will highlight unique data and tools on the Tracking Network that lead to public health action. Tracking is more than data! This theme will also highlight the network of people and partners that power the Tracking Network, and their contributions to creating healthier communities.

Each day of Tracking Awareness Week we will be focusing on a different topic:

  • Monday: Unique Data
  • Tuesday: Expanding Partnerships
  • Wednesday: Impacting Policy and Improving Processes
  • Thursday: Faces of Tracking
  • Friday: Celebrating Successes

Get Involved!

Daily Social Media Prompts and Graphics

Monday

What unique data have you used from the Tracking Network? What interesting fact did you learn about your community? Tell us your story, and join the #PoweredbyTracking conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Powered by Tracking - Unique Data

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Tuesday

Are you currently partnering with us? Who do you think we should partner with? Tell us your story, and join the #PoweredbyTracking conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Powered by  Tracking - Expanding Partnerships

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Wednesday

Has Tracking Data helped pass an environmental health policy in your area? Has having environmental and health data together in the same place helped you or your organization save time and money? Join the #PoweredbyTracking conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Powered by Tracking - Improving Process

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Thursday

If you have ever used the Tracking Network to learn more about your community, you are one of the Faces of Tracking! How has Tracking has impacted your health, or the health in your community? Share your story and join the #PoweredbyTracking conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Powered by Tracking - Faces of Tracking

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Join our Twitter Chatexternal icon today at 2pm ET. You can use #TrackingChat to ask questions and engage in conversations with Tracking staff, funded state/local health departments, and partners. Preview the questions and learn more on how to participate!external icon

Friday

Have you used Tracking data to publish a paper or enact a public health change in your community? Share your success story with us and join the #PoweredbyTracking conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Powered by Tracking - Celebrating Successes

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Page last reviewed: June 19, 2020